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GSA Wants Market Input on Ronald Reagan Building Management, Operation; Darren Blue Comments

GSAThe General Services Administration is seeking ideas from industry for approaches to manage, operate and maintain the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center.

Darren Blue, regional commissioner for GSA’s public buildings service, said Monday the agency wants to “find a better way to manage the public-serving portions” of the federal asset.

The nearly 4,000,000-square-foot mixed-use space at 1300 Pennsylvania Avenue holds Washington, D.C.’s largest below-grade parking garage that can accommodate close to 2,000 vehicles, GSA says.

“The [Ronald Reagan Building] is the second largest federal facility in our national capital region, and it provides both federal office space and a variety of facilities open to the public,” Blue says.

The agency said it will host an information session on January 21, 2015, and will accept request for information responses until Feb. 20, 2015.

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